Wolf allowed one run in five-plus innings during his first big-league appearance since Oct. 1, 2010. He will be used as a long reliever out of the bullpen.
League owns a 4.91 ERA while recording 10 of his 12 save opportunities this season.
It was Lilly's first major-league action since April 29, when he allowed four earned runs in three innings. He was available out of the bullpen this week but was not used before making the start Saturday. He's on track to face the Angels Thursday.
Gee surrendered a two-run home run to opposing starting pitcher Mike Minor in the fifth inning. His next start is against the Yankees Thursday.
It was Minor's first time with double-digit strikeouts since August 22, 2010, which was the third start of his career. Minor (6-2) takes a 2.47 ERA and 61:14 K:BB ratio into Thursday's game against the Blue Jays.
"I feel like an idiot with that thing on," Ross joked after playing in his first game since May 11. "I keep putting my mask on, because I don't want to walk around with it. I'm getting some alterations to my helmet, but in the meantime, I'm going to wear that. It's a little extra protection."
Ross was 0 for 5 with five strikeouts Saturday against the Indians.
"I was able to work through the game with no dizziness, nothing like that," he said. "Nothing out of the ordinary, other than swinging and missing. We've got to figure out a way to fix that."
It was Papelbon's 17th straight scoreless outing after allowing two earned runs in his first appearance of the season. His ERA is under 1.00 (0.96) for the first time this season. He also has a 15:2 K:BB ratio in 18 2/3 innings.
Rosenberg pitched in three games with the Phillies, allowing four earned runs on six hits and two walks in three innings. He has a 4.30 ERA in Triple-A.
Overbay broke a tie game with a solo home run off reliever Josh Lueke. He finished 1 for 4 with a walk, two runs scored and an RBI. Overbay is hitting .255 with 28 RBI in 161 at-bats.
"He's done it for us all year, and he's a big reason why we are where we're at," Joe Girardi said. "Big at-bats for us all day long and a big home run to win it."
With Mark Teixeira is due back as early as Friday, so Overbay's days as the starting first baseman are ending.
"I know it's going to happen," Overbay told ESPN. "I want [Teixeira] back. He's real good, and he's going to give us a good chance. I just hope that I can coexist with him."
Pettibone has not lost in seven starts to begin the year. With a 3-0 record and 3.21 ERA, Pettibone takes on the Red Sox Thursday.